Yeah, for those of us stateside, Newegg's got both the Aopen and DFI 855 chipset mobos in stock now. Prices have been steadily dropping on them, since their release, too. On a side note, I think it was just a week ago that the first official BIOS for the DFI board was released. Prior to that, they were all betas.
I was interested in that board but it has many downsides. First, it is $270. And for the specs, it only supports agp4x, 2 dimms that must be ddr333>, not enough pci slots, weird situation with heatsinks, and no dfi round cables, c'mon!
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